I’ve just finished engineering the images for a substantial collection of iPhone 4 cases available from my fulfillment site.
It’s a small sampling of my library, with 33 designs online at this time.
- New York City
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Images include models, fashion, ferraris, 59 cadillac, lone tree, baby mockingbird, water towers, motel sign, telephone bank, brooklyn bridge, golden gate bridge, soaring BMX rider, 9-11 Memorial, Dallas, Tuscany, Violin, John Cipollina, fireworks, abstracts and more!
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Well, I finally got around to updating this gallery after three recent shoots over the summer that I just had not carved out the time to process. The most recent shoot includes a pair of killer Ferraris – an F40 and a 458. Anyone who knows anything about these cars will definitely want to take a look at the photos. Also included in this shoot was a gorgeous pearl yellow Lamborghini Murcielago. Another amazing car (and a couple of pretty amazing girls) for the gallery. This shoot was done at night in Dallas, my favorite way to photograph cars. In the dark, I have much more control of the lighting. As a result, the images are quite dramatic. See for yourself.
Since I don’t sleep much (Karen says I should open up a donut shop) I finally got busy and created the galleries associated with 3 shoots for The Girls and Cars of Texas from October and November 2009. Simply click on the photos below to get to the individual galleries for Amy Fox, Tracie Fox and Ashley R.
Amy Fox was one of the models who responded to a casting call I posted for a Girls and Cars shoot in Fredericksburg in October 2009. We were headed down there to photograph an extensive private collection of amazing vehicles on a 1000 acre ranch just outside Fredericksburg, Texas. The collection included a 1951 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn, a Ferrari Dino and a 1955 aqua Chevy Nomad among others. Amy was great to work with and we got some nice shots with her.
Since we needed more than one model for this shoot, Amy recommended her sister-in-law Tracie, who was a joy to work with. We had a great time shooting with her on this trip. Some of the vehicles had been sitting for so long we simply could not get them to run. Fortunately I had allowed for this as a possibility and we brought down around 150lbs of studio lighting and battery power for this project so we could light up the inside of the enormous barn where the collection was housed. This turned out to be very useful and helped to create some dramatic effects.
Last year. we were out to dinner at Mama Emilias in McKinney, Texas. Parked outside were two amazing cars. A bright yellow 1929 Ford and a Roger Rabbit-looking 1947 Ford Panel Truck painted in a silver and purple theme, complete with purple neon ground lighting. What a cool vehicle! I just had to have these for the book, and made arrangements with the owner to shoot them one night at a local airport where we could have a controlled environment. Once again lugging out the full complement of studio lighting, cords and battery power – and a local fitness model / fitness instructor, Ashley Reese, we settled in for the evening to capture these gorgeous cars and this very nicely sculpted model in all their collective glory. Ashley was a big hit (in her nurse and schoolgirl outfits) with the “locals” and a real treat to work with. When you visit this gallery you will see why my preference is to shoot in the dark with my own lighting. The results are very dramatic.
Now that I’ve healed up from shoulder surgery in August, and can lug the heavy camera gear I need for these shoots, I’ve been working on this project again as much as time and weather permit. With the launch of the website a few months ago, I finally had a place to store and showcase the galleries associated with the book. The nice thing about the website is you get to see a lot more images than will ultimately show up in the book, so stop by from time to time to see what’s new.
The website is: www.girlsandcarsoftexas.com
At this time, we have four recent galleries posted. From a trip we made down to Fredericksburg to photograph a private collection, to a night shoot at a local airport, to a couple of impromptu shoots at local car shows, there are some amazing cars, combined with a few pretty models. Enjoy.
BE PHOTOGRAPHED WITH CARS SOME PEOPLE WOULD KILL FOR
I’m working on a book project. Strictly TF, but you’ll be published. A coffee table book on the Girls and Cars of Texas. I already have lots of girls in the book, but a shortage of the cars I want, so I’m working on that before the weather becomes too cold.
No $$$, but with the cars and locations we’re using, you’ll get to meet some interesting and wealthy Texans in the process – and you’ll be published – and I can guarantee almost every breathing male in Texas will want this book (every single one who’s seen the prototype version has tried to buy it)
On the weekend of October 24th, I will be spending the weekend in Fredericksburg to photograph an amazing collection of classic cars, including a 1951 Rolls Royce and a Ferrari Dino. There will be around 30+ cars just in the main location – belonging to the same collector. We may be shooting 2 other collections that weekend as well. We have One Model Place and Model Mayhem models from Austin lined up for this shoot already, but need more. Shooting dates are October 24th and 25th.
Attire is entirely miniskirts / minidresses. Colors, styles vary depending on the car. We’ll want some pinup shots for some of the older cars.
- Looking for a model with an armed forces shirt-dress for the RR in Fredericksburg. We may also shoot some Dusenberg’s on that trip – same attire – or business suit / miniskirt theme.
- A black leather miniskirt with crisp white shirt and black stockings is one look we’re definitely after.
- LBD and schoolgirl attire also good for this shoot.
- Bright colored dresses / skirts are great. Patterns too.
- Anything 60’s or Mod could be fun for some of the cars.
Classy-sexy is the theme.
Whatever we do, it’s always fun. Nothing like pretty girls and killer cars to create fun for everyone.
MUAs – Stylists: We can certainly use all the help we can get. You’ll get credit in the book and some killer shots for your ports. Let me know if you’re interested.